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Professional Statement

  • Martin Schulman is an experienced and genial primary care doctor and surgeon specializing in vascular surgery and serving his patients in Manhasset, Commack, and New York City. Dr. Schulman is certified by the American Board of Surgery, and he is currently serving as the executive director of The Deep Vein Foundation. In addition to many others, Dr. Schulman is a member of the International Society for Vascular Surgery, Nassau County Medical Society, and the American College of Angiology.
  • Dr. Schulman began his medical education at the Albany Medical College. He began his medical residency at the Long Island Jewish Medical Center with a general surgery residency. Dr. Schulman served as a surgeon in the 97th General Hospital with the United States Army in Frankfort, Germany for two years. He then completed his cardiovascular surgery fellowship with the Baylor College of Medicine. Dr. Schulman provides services such as vascular surgery, surgery consultations, varicose vein treatments, non-aortic aneurysm resolution, blood clot resolution and treatment, and carotid surgery. He sees patients experiencing inflammation and vein thrombosis, foot ulcers, and peripheral vascular disease, among many others.

Education & Training

  • Medical School - Albany Medical College
  • Bronx Municipal Hospital Center (Internship)
  • Long Island Jewish Medical Center, Residency in General Surgery
  • Baylor College of Medicine, Fellowship in Cardiovascular Surgery

Board Certifications

  • American Board of Surgery

Awards and Publications

  • Executive Director, The Deep Vein Foundation
  • Publication: The superficial femoral vein as a bypass graft: Indications, techniques, results, morbidity, and spinoffs. "Current Critical Problems in Vascular Surgery" 1996
  • Publication: The use of deep leg veins in vascular surgery: Historical perspectives, indications, techniques, and results. "Phlebo-Limphology" 1994
  • Publication: Unusual Autogenous Vein Grafts. "Vasc Surg" 1992
  • Publication: Distal anastomotic hyperplasia in superficial femoral-popliteal vein femoropopliteal bypass grafts. "Vasc Surg" 1991
  • Publication: Patency rates for AK femoropopliteal bypass (letter) "Ann Surg" 1991
  • Publication: Autogenous femorodistal reconstruction: 83 consecutive bypasses using greater saphenous and deep leg veins exclusively. "Advanced in Vascular Surgery" 1989
  • Publicaiton: Superficial femoral-popliteal veins and reversed saphenous veinsas primary femoropopliteal bypass grafts: A randomized comparative study. "The Year Book of Vascular Surgery" 1989

Professional Memberships

  • International Society for Vascular Surgery
  • Michael E. DeBakey International Surgical Society
  • Nassau County Medical Society
  • Denton A. Cooley Cardiovascular Surgical Society
  • European Society for Cardiovascular and Endovascular Surgery
  • International Union of Angiology
  • Eastern Vascular Society
  • American College of Angiology
  • New York State Medical Society

Language Spoken

  • English